Luke Shaw could feature for Manchester United against Watford despite suffering a concussion for England on Saturday.
Shaw started for England against Spain but was stretchered off early in the second half after a clash of heads with Dani Carvajal.
The left-back was therefore thought to be completely ruled out of Unitedâ€™s next fixture, which falls just seven days after the incident.
According to FA guidelines, any player who suffers a concussion must not play for the next 14 days.
But United could argue that Shaw has been successfully treated in an â€˜enhanced care settingâ€™, and he could feature if seven criteria the FA have outlined are met.
BBC Sport claim that â€˜Unitedâ€™s state-of-the-art medical facilities are understood to meet the requirementsâ€™, and so the player could feature against Watford if Unitedâ€™s medical staff deem his recovery sufficient.